question regarding "3 months residence preceding the filing of Form N-400"
I have been a green card holder for more than 5 years and want to apply for citizenship now.
However, I have recently moved to a new state due to work relocation and I have been staying in a hotel here for 4 months. Recently, we have purchased a house and will move in soon.
My question is: will my 4 months stay in a hotel in this state can be considered "resided for at least three months immediately preceding the filing of Form N-400" or I have to move into my new house and wait for another 3 months before filing?
Thank you so much!
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